Western Treatment Plant

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Subject: Western Treatment Plant
From: "Ingwersen, Dean" <>
Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2005 11:11:40 +1100
Myself and 4 other observers saw the Pratincole at Walsh's Lagoon around 1pm 
Thursday, where we watched it for about 30-40 minutes.  At the end of this time 
it took flight and headed in a straight line towards the You Yangs until it 
could no longer be seen (one observer commented it looked like it was "heading 
to SIberia"!).  Fingers crossed for it staying around.

Cheers, Dean


From:  on behalf of Shirley Cameron
Sent: Sat 31/12/2005 7:04 AM
To: Birding Aus
Subject: Western Treatment Plant

Red-necked Phalarope was again in the 85W Lagoon , so busy feeding and 
occasioning doing its anti- clockwise turning.  A very elegant bird.
Wood Sandpipers in 35W and the Long-toed Stint in 35E Conservation Pond. 
Late afternoon when the conditions were mild and the light was very good was 
the ideal time.
Did not see the Pratincole.

Shirley Cameron
03  9741 2997

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